The 4-H Computer Refurbishing Program was implemented as a service learning project for the 2006 National 4-H Technology and Leadership Conference. The specific goals of the program were to decrease the number of computers discarded each year and provide 21st century job skills to youth. The program was introduced as a model 4-H'ers could take back to their communities to start their own refurbishing efforts. The model is comprised of the following three steps: 1) program planning, 2) inventory management, and 3) technology training.
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Barker, B. S., & Warner, K. L. (2008). The 4-H Computer Refurbishing Program: An Implementation Model. The Journal of Extension, 46(2), Article 19. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol46/iss2/19